Are you ambitious, analytical and eager to learn? Would you like to pursue a legal career at an international organisation? And are you at the top of your class in law, but do you also have a talent for languages? Then you should consider getting a master’s in International Laws. You’ll combine courses on international, European and comparative law with training in French and an additional foreign language other than English. You’ll also broaden your knowledge of different legal systems by spending at least one semester at one of our partner universities abroad. The programme allows you to compile a tailor-made curriculum from courses offered by the European Law School and the Globalisation and Law programme. As a graduate, you will be equipped with a thorough understanding of international, European and/or national law. You’ll also have a fluency in at least one foreign language. This unique skillset will allow you to thrive in whatever area of international or European law you want to work in!
Meet Benedetta, our student ambassador for the master's programme in International Laws. On her Instagram account she shares her personal experiences with her study programme, living in Maastricht, and much more. Follow her to get a sneak peek of your possible future!
Do you have any questions? Send Benedetta a DM on Instagram, she will be happy to help you with your study choice, just as previous student ambassadors helped her with hers.
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What's it like to study international law with people form all around the world? Find out why students feel so at home in Maastricht and highly value their tailor-made international Law programme.
You can explore so many different fields of law and you have the freedom of creating your own schedule
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